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We ended yesterday’s post saying we decided to trim out the grasscloth wall.  Luckily we were able to get most of it trimmed out on Saturday after we finished wallpapering, but I had to finish spackling holes and caulking before

The grasscloth is up.  Hallefreakinlujah. You could say we were very naive going into the process.  We figured it would take us about an hour and that would be that.  Ha! We averaged about an hour per panel!  Granted, this

Last Saturday was going to be the big day of wallpapering in Greta’s room.  Really, the most anticipated day for all of us–you included, right? ;)  I tracked the grasscloth like a hawk and watched it make its way from

I have this cough that is no joke right now.  It is giving me a serious ab workout and I sound like a barking dog.  It’s nuts.  And my throat is so raw.  But, I kinda think a cough, especially

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Pelmet 2.0

Not too long ago (at all), we DIYed and upholstered a pelmet in the cutest little cub print fabric.  I think it was described as “cheeky” among a reader or two. Unfortunately, as I mentioned earlier this week–there was an

Last August (mmm summertime), we got our hands on a second-hand bench that we cleaned up and stained and it became the hopeful home to four potted plants. Today, one remains–wah wahhhh– and we moved it to a new home

This weekend,  we finally FINALLY decided on a grasscloth for Greta’s room and got it ordered (woot!).  We realized it was so tough deciding because we were trying to coordinate all of these natural, warm-toned grasscloths with gray paint.  Which